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Prosecutors, who argue that any history of mental illnesses should not absolve Routh of being accountable for the deaths, indicated they would call two rebuttal witnesses Friday, The Dallas Morning News ( http://bit.ly/1vKXcnY ) reported, an indication that the jury could soon have the case. Routh, 27, faces an automatic life sentence without parole if convicted, since prosecutors are not seeking the death penalty. The jury could also find him not guilty by reason of insanity. In that case, the court could initiate civil proceedings to have Routh committed. The trial has drawn intense interest, partly because of an Oscar-nominated film based on Kyle's memoir. Kyle served made more than 300 kills as a sniper for SEAL Team 3, according to his own count.
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(AP) -- Atlanta Braves outfielder Melvin Upton is expected to miss the rest of spring training because of inflammation in his left foot. The team announced Upton's condition Friday after he underwent an X-ray and MRI exam. Upton's foot will be placed in a short leg cast for two weeks, then in a walking boot from four to six weeks. The team said he will likely be able to resume baseball activities in early April, about the time the Braves are opening the regular season. Upton was diagnosed with sesamoiditis, which is inflammation in the bone behind the ball of the foot. The condition is a further setback to Upton, who is coming off two miserable seasons after signing a five-year, $75 million contract with the Braves.
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Until she walked into a room filled with the smell of horseradish with a tinge of vinegar, I never thought I was a fan of horseradish, she said. It made my mouth water. But her favorite discovery on the tour was that Raymond Woeber Sr. was a self-taught engineer/machinist and designed a lot of the equipment used, including the horseradish grinder. The machines the company uses have been slightly modified, particularly in the use of modern materials, but the basic designs havent changed a bit. Meanwhile, so much else has. Although Woebers still makes its two founding products, it is about to add a 15th production line to keep up with demand for the 1,000 products its Moorefield Twp.
But defense attorneys say Routh was insane. Prosecutors dismiss that claim outright. Ladies and gentleman, that is not insanity. That is just cold, calculated capital murder. He is guilty of capital murder.
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Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis return for another sleazy comedy about fed-up employees getting revenge on their bosses, this time becoming entrepreneurs with their own business before an investor double-crosses them. Co-stars include Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Spacey, Jamie Foxx, Chris Pine and Christoph Waltz. The Master (Lionsgate/DVD/Digital, 2015, PG-13, trailers). A martial arts master opens a school in 19th century China that combines techniques from various disciplines honed in the north and south provinces. His hope is to unite his people against the corrupt Qing Dynastys greedy landlords, crooked officials and a band of invaders.
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Still, there's time for Allen to make a decision, but as one general manager said Friday, "It's getting late in the game for this to happen." Tony Dejak/Associated Press Woj also notes that the Cavaliers are/were considered the favorites to sign Allen, likely due to their success and his relationship with James, Mike Miller and James Jones. All reached out to him this summer, with James making another pitch in January during a trip to Miami , writes Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio . The buzz surrounding Allen has been constant, but it shouldn't be justified. Even if Allen decides to lace 'em up for season No. 19, the Cavs should kindly say "no thanks" to the future Hall of Famer. What Could He Honestly Provide?